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“32 _Signior, gentle Signior_. 4to 1679 reads 'Signior, a gentle Signior'.p. 387, l. 3 _and Silvio_.”
“Hal-house of Cavicciuli, shewed him there a knight, called Signior”
“Now, in regard that he delighted (as it is the usuall life of a Merchant) to be often abroad, and little at home, whereby shee had small benefit of his company; shee grew very forward in affection with a young Gentleman, called Signior”
““Signior Dildo”—an encomium to that “noble Italian.””
““Not for want of need of them, Signior Archer,” said Petit”
“The Turks enjoin all men whatsoever, of what degree, to be of some trade or other, the Grand Signior himself is not excused.”
“Signior among the Turks, the Sophies of Persia, those Tartarian”
“ When Constantinople was sacked by the Turk, Irene escaped, and was so far from being made a captive, that she even captivated the Grand Signior himself.”
“Busbequius, the emperor's orator with the Grand Signior, not long since, ep.”
“Florence a yong Gentleman, named Frederigo, Sonne to Signior”
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